Yemen Observer’s latest publication [Archives:2003/677/Local News]

October 16 2003

SANA'A, Oct. 14 — Coinciding with the 8th Arab Conference for Mineral Wealth in Sana'a, the Yemen Observer has just released mineral's prestigious colored documentary.
The new book is the fifth in a series published by Yemen Observer. This edition contains 100 pages and is divided into three chapters; the first chapter deals with the potential untapped minerals in the country and the exploration of metallic and non-metallic minerals to date. It also covers the geological features typifying Yemen as well as agriculture, water and dams.
The second chapter investigates the arenas of culture and tourism in Yemen, giving detailed accounts of both focusing on Sana'a 2004 as Arab Culture Capital. It also reports on the Sheba roaming exhibition currently on tour in Europe, the story of the Yemeni curved dagger the “Jambiah”” and the unique blend of magic and mystery linked with Yemeni onyx.
The final chapter deals with Yemeni politics